Postgraduate study at the University of Lincoln can help you to further or completely change your career, develop your knowledge, enhance your salary, or even prepare you to start your own business. It is an investment in you and your future.
Theer are more ways than ever to fund your postgraduate study, you can apply for a government loan of up to £10,609 as a contribution towards a taught Master's course and living costs. If you are interested in pursuing a PhD or research programme, the UK Government has introduced new doctoral loans of up to £25,000 for the full degree.
Learn more about how loans, scholarships and our support services can help you embark on postgraduate study and enhance your career.
The University of Lincoln welcomes high-profile individuals from all over the world to speak at our prestigious Great Lives (previously named Great Minds) public lecture series. Our students, staff and members of the public benefit from guest lectures by Visiting Professors and Lecturers recognised as leaders in their field. Here is art critic, journalist and TV presenter Andrew Graham-Dixon on the topic of Great Lives.
For further information about our Great Lives lecture series visit our Great Lives page.
Great Lives: Andrew Graham-Dixon Video
Vicki Phillips was named winner of the British Council Alumni Awards 2017 for her exceptional contribution to creating positive change and improving the lives of others. Vicki has dedicated her career to widening access to learning for children in some of the world's most deprived neighbourhoods. As Director of Education at the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, she ran the College Ready Programme for eight years. Vicki is now Chief Education Officer for the National Geographic Society.
Imogen is currently a Sky Ocean Rescue Scholar and a National Geographic Explorer, with her research effecting behavioural change to prevent more plastic finding its way into the world's oceans. Outraged with the polluted beaches she witnessed on the Surf Society trips during her undergraduate degree, Imogen was determined to help drive environmental change. Imogen has presented her research internationally at conferences and has received significant media attention across major newspapers and TV networks.
Award-winning furniture designer, Sebastian Cox, developed his unique style at the University of Lincoln and has showcased work commissioned by Sir Terence Conran. He was asked to create a bespoke item of furniture to exhibit as part of the The Wish List installation, held at London’s Victoria and Albert Museum in September 2014. Sebastian is recognised as a pioneer of sustainable design in Britain.
Mica Girling - MSc Sport Science
Postgraduate study sets you apart from those who have undertaken an undergraduate degree. It develops your skills and enhances your experience to prepare you for employment. Lincoln is a fantastic university and the staff really go above and beyond to ensure you get the most from your studies and reach your potential.